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  • Bottom Line is Top of Mind for Genome Cattle Project

    As evidenced by an Austrian study on the nature of navel fluff, not all research has practical application. Fortunately, the team behind a new Genome Alberta project has little use for navel gazing and the researchers have both eyes keenly trained on the bottom line for the cattle industry.

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    Overlooked upside to GMOs could help save millions of lives

    In the ongoing public debate over the safety of genetically-modified foods, few stop to think how genetically-modified foods might actually save humans. Oh sure, plenty of people, including just about all farmers, think about how genetically-modified organisms can better withstand a lot of things ranging from drought to disease, but as it turns out, that is only part of the story.

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    Bottom Line is Top of Mind for Genome Cattle Project

    As evidenced by an Austrian study on the nature of navel fluff, not all research has practical application. Fortunately, the team behind a new Genome Alberta project has little use for navel gazing and the researchers have both eyes keenly trained on the bottom line for the cattle industry.

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    Genome Alberta Milks Hi-Tech Tools to Breed Better Bovines

    To the layperson, spectroscopy sounds like a weird kind of surgery. But in reality, the potential of this technology and the data it produces to assist in cutting edge research is no laughing matter. And for Genome Alberta researchers applying genomics to build a better dairy cow, it’s a tool that’s well worth tapping.

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